Bedrooms come in all styles, shapes and sizes, so how do you intend to design your bedroom? So, better keep in mind, you have to sketch first, that how are you going to design your bedroom where you will have to spent most of your time. Bedroom is only place where you can rest and feel peaceful without any fracas. Plan a bedroom well and it will give you ease, relaxation and will take out all your worries. Before going further, let me tell you some important bits and pieces that will help you while making your own ecstasy.
i.Black is one of the automatic choices in the color scheme when it comes to shaping cool bachelor pads. The bedroom is no different in this regard, and the dark backdrop allows the beautiful light fixtures and the wonderful vase collection to shine through brilliantly. The ceiling, ambient light fixtures, the carpet and the bed are all draped in black to accentuate this effect. A perfect example of how fabulous lighting can alter the appeal of a dark room.
ii.Glossy graphic circles in silver ensure that the dark backdrop is not too monotonous, while the white bedding and pillows offer perfect visual contrast. The black wallpaper adds much more than just color to the room. It brings texture and pattern in a casual, beautiful fashion. Both the nightstands and the table lamps give the room symmetry, making it seem a lot more airy.
iii.While the general norm is to have an all-white background with trims in darker shades, this unique contemporary bedroom embraces black and turns towards white for the trims! A dark ceiling makes the visual effect even more stark, while the playful addition of red creates an instant focal point in the room.
iv.You need not always paint the walls black to bring the allure of the dark hue into your bedroom. This homeowner has used the ceiling to bring in the bold color. The wallpaper lends visual lightness to the room, as well as plenty of color and pattern. Dark cabinets in the room and the bedding ensure that black remains the dominant color in this eclectic bedroom.
v.The delicate balance between black and white in this modern minimalist bedroom is what gives the space its inimitable aura. While the ceiling and the gorgeous drapes usher in white, the flooring and the wall behind the bed bring in the touch of black. A wonderful blend of natural and artificial light gives the bedroom a warm, inviting vibe.
vi.Paisley is a pattern that is both classic and recognized across the world. Yet finding it in a trendy, contemporary bedroom does take you by surprise. It becomes even more unique when it is paired with black to shape a refined and ravishing bedroom. Here is another lovely instance of using bedding, drapes and wallpaper to add black to the room in a stunning way.
vii.Black looks gorgeous even in traditional bedrooms, and smart pops of orange infuse life into this relaxed setting. Black lamp shades, four-poster bed frame and the dark backdrop blend with one another elegantly, while ample natural ventilation ensures that there are no dark corners in the room. The addition of white trim also helps in giving the room better definition.
viii.One color that looks truly splendid when paired with black is yellow, and this ingenious bedroom celebrates the pairing in a brilliantly abstract way. The jigsaw headboard is the showstopper here, and the presence of a dark, uniform background allows it to become the focal point. A yellow bedside table, throw pillows and vase add further tinges of yellow to the glamorous room.
ix.In case you already have a bedroom clad in gray, adding a bit of red to it becomes a pretty simple task. But for those starting out fresh, pick an elegant shade of gray that will serve you well across the changing seasons. While the temptation right now might be to opt for a darker shade like charcoal gray because of the snow-filled landscape outside, you might find it a touch unappealing in the summer months. Find the right balance by choosing a shade and a hue that you love regardless of the scenery outside! Gray can be used either to shape the accent headboard wall in the room or in a more extensive fashion for all the walls and the ceiling.